Poland outgunned Portugal to pick up their first win in EuroBasket qualifying with an 86-64 victory in Bydgoszcz.
Poland shot 26 of 50 (52%) from the field, with idential numbers of 13 of 25 from both two- and three-point range to fire their way past Portugal.
Marcin Gortat scored 19, making six of eight from the field and seven of eight from the line, to lead five Poland players scoring in double figures, while also grabbing 11 rebounds.
Maciej Lampe scored 14 with nine rebounds, while Thomas Kelati had 13 points, and Dardan Berisha and Lukasz Koszarek each collected 12.
Poland's lead got out of hand for Portugal early on, with back-to-back baskets from Lampe making it 30-15 less than halfway through the third quarter.
Portugal did their best to hang around, trailing 44-33 at half-time, but back-to-back three-pointers from Kelati and Michal Chylinski set the tone for the second half.
Jaime Silva led Portugal with 12 points, the only player to get into double figures.
Moncho Lopez, Portugal head coach:
"I am very impressed with the atmosphere in the gym in Bydgoszcz, it was a pleasure to play here. Also the organizational part was excellent. Poland is very strong, with great starting five and we tried today but could not manage to beat them. They had solutions to our every weapon so I need to pass congratulations to Polish coach for his preparation."
Miguel Miranda, Portugal forward:
"We knew it will be hard game. We should have been more concentrated and done better job in execution. We can only win at this level of competition because of experience and 100 per cent execution and we haven't done this so far."
Igor Griszczuk, Poland head coach:
"We knew that Portugal is the team of excellent shooters so the key was the help defence played by our big guys. I am glad that we won the rebounds today what was the problem in Georgia game. Finally, we showed the character of Polish team today and I am very glad because of that."
Michal Chylinski, Poland guard:
"Obviously we are very happy. We played with better style than in Georgia.
We were very well prepared to this game, last two days were full of good work and it came into fruition on the court."